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Olathe is a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri, and was founded by Dr. John T. Barton in the spring of 1857. He later described his ride to friends: "...the prairie was covered with verbena and other wild flowers. I kept thinking the land was beautiful and that I should name the town Beautiful. " Purportedly, Barton asked a Shawnee interpreter how to say "Beautiful" in his native language. The interpreter responded, "Olathe. "

Population: 118034
Local Newspapers: The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB) Kansas City Wizards (Major League Soccer)
Local Colleges: MidAmerica Nazarene University

Zip Codes associated with olathe, kansas: 66006 66061 66062
Towns/Cities near olathe, kansas : Gardner Spring Hill Lenexa Overland Park Shawnee Edwardsville Kansas City

Olathe News
Kenneth Werner Clasen

Kenneth Werner Clasen, 71, of Gardner, Kan passed away May 20, 2017 at the Olathe Hospice House. Kenneth Werner Clasen was born Oct. 27, 1945 in the village of Bertha, Minn to Reinhard Werner and Alice A. Clasen.

Kansas City police investigate 4 similar homicides on trail

Kansas City police are investigating whether four similar homicides along a popular hiking and biking trail are related, although no physical evidence has been found to link them. Four men, all white and between the ages of 54 and 67, have been killed since last August on the Blue River Trail and the connected Indian Creek Trail, which runs for 26 miles from south Kansas City to Olathe, Kansas.

Indian Americans Reckon With Reality Of Hate Crimes

Members of the South Asian community and others attend a peace vigil for Srinivas Kuchibhotla, the 32-year-old Indian engineer killed at a bar Olathe, Kansas, in Bellevue, Washington on March 5, 2017. Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images hide caption Members of the South Asian community and others attend a peace vigil for Srinivas Kuchibhotla, the 32-year-old Indian engineer killed at a bar Olathe, Kansas, in Bellevue, Washington on March 5, 2017.

Elite Scholar Ottawa High School: Carmen Hanson

"My grandmother used to teach [Spanish] because my mother home schooled us initially,"Hanson said.

Hooper Holmes Closes Merger with Provant and Announces First Quarter 2017 Financial Results

Hooper Holmes, Inc. and Provant Health Solutions LLC today announced the closing of their merger on May 11, 2017. Hooper Holmes also announced its financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2017.

What an Immigrant's Murder in Kansas Says About the U.S.

WHAT PORTION OF THOSE PEOPLE AND THE IS THE INFLUX INTO THAT REGION ARE NATURAL-BORN AMERICANS? TALKING TO THE PEOPLE THERE IN LIGHT OF WHAT HAPPENED BACK IN FEBRUARY, TO WHAT EXTENT DO THEY BELIEVE POLITICS HAS BEEN CHANGING THIS SHIFT TO MORE NATIONALIST POLITICS SINCE THE ELECTION? MEGAN: WHAT I TELL PEOPLE ABOUT THIS STORY, A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE READ A LOT OF STORIES ABOUT TRUMPS AMERICA. THIS IS A PICTURE OF A AMERICA'S AMERICA.

Service dog would aid teen battling seizures

Wellsville teen Haley Moore, 17, is in need of a service dog because of her seizures.

Senate rejects plan to roll back Brownback tax policy

Senators voted down a bill Wednesday that would have rolled back much of Gov. Sam Brownback's signature tax policy, leaving lawmakers still searching for a way to close the state's budget shortfall. Senators who voted against the bill expressed reservations about advancing a package of tax increases before lawmakers decide how much spending on schools should be increased to respond to a Kansas Supreme Court decision that ruled funding is inadequate.

Culture Wars: Dealing With A Changing America

During the 2016 election, then-candidate Donald Trump tapped into a section of the American population that had long felt neglected. In order to control the political debate, he attempted to speak directly to their grievances and frustrations.

Episode 1: Whose Kansas is it Anyway?

A family member waits for the arrival of the body of Srinivas Kuchibhotla from the US next to a garland and photograph in his residence on the outskirts of Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017. A The city of Olathe, Kansas, has been shaken since February, when a man gunned down two Indian immigrants in a bar there.

Black & Veatch Celebrates 21 Years of Support for Children's Mercy

Black & Veatch today hosted the 21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament in support of Children's Mercy. Proceeds from the tournament and company giving totaling $350,000 were donated to Children's Mercy.

R. L. Cauble 1932-2017

R. L. Cauble, 85, passed away May 7, 2017 at Hays Medical Center. Born Jan. 30, 1932 in Larned, he was the son of Mearl E. and Edna M. Buhrer Cauble.

WVU Tech holds final commencement in Montgomery

Campus President Carolyn Long said during the ceremony that the Montgomery campus will be missed, "but we're confident in our future as an institution because this is about the students. You are the soul of WVU Tech, and that's not going anywhere."

JCAC increases water rates at joint meeting

Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News The conference table in the Johnson County Airport Commission boardroom at One New Century Parkway was extended to accommodate the Board of County Commissioners , for a joint meeting on April 26. JCAC continued with a regular meeting following the joint meeting. Storm damage recovery Brad Weisenburger, JCAC chair, welcomed the groups and introduced Jim Allen, BOCC vice chair.

Lawmakers continue hunt for tax solution as negotiations stall

Tax negotiations between the House and Senate stalled again Thursday as lawmakers hunted for a package that wouldn't provoke a veto from Gov. Sam Brownback, or else would win enough votes to override his veto.

Kansas political leaders mark day of prayer at Capitol

Gov. Sam Brownback joined a dozen Kansas elected officials Thursday marking National Day of Prayer with pleas for divine guidance that strengthens families and bonds of marriage and for the comfort of traumatized police, fire, paramedic and military personnel. The governor closed the event at the Capitol by telling about 150 people life was too short to skip a day in the struggle to create a nation that followed God's will.

EDA Calls for Discussion Topics for Deere Meeting

Next month. the Equipment Dealers Assn.' s Industry Relations Task Forth , which includes executives from regional associations, will meet with represenatives from John Deere in Olathe, Kan.

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